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Boulder-White Clouds Council
Post Office Box 6313
Ketchum, Idaho 83340

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Board of Directors


President: Pat Ford (Boise) has been the executive director of the Idaho Conservation League and Northwest director for High Country News. He now heads the Save Our Wild Salmon Coalition.

Vice-President: Nate McGrew (Sun Valley and Fort Worth) is a retired aeronautical engineer and former director of planning for General Dynamics. Nate is an avid hiker and explorer of Idaho’s mountains.

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Secretary/Treasurer: Richard B. Meyer (Hailey) helped stop the open pit molybdenum mine at Castle Peak in the early 1970s. Dick is an architect in Ketchum and has donated his map skills to conservation groups for nearly 40 years.

Evelyn Backman Phillips (Hailey) is a graphic artist, noted for her maps of Central Idaho. Evelyn was a co-founder of the Idaho Mountain Express newspaper. She was the original designer for BWCC’s logo, stationery and web site.

Honorary Board Member:  Ernest Day (Boise) was a key leader in creating the Sawtooth National Recreation Area in 1972. His aerial photos of Castle Peak helped stop the proposed open pit molybdenum mine there. He also helped designate the Sawtooth Wilderness in 1972. Update: February 12, 2008, Ernie Day died today in Boise at age 89. READ what Idaho's foremost conservation reporter wrote in the Idaho Statesman.



BWCC Director:  Lynne K. Stone
(Ketchum) a former ski retailer, is an outdoor guidebook author (Adventures In Idaho's Sawtooth Country, published by The Mountaineers, Seattle). She has worked in Idaho conservation issues for 26 years.

For BWCC’s mining work, BWCC has contracted with Tom Blanchard (Bellevue). Tom is a retired Blaine County Commissioner and mining historian. BWCC also hires seasonal part-time contractors for wilderness and wildlife advocacy programs.

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